What is a synonym for looking forward to?

What is a synonym for looking forward to?

anticipating, awaiting, expecting, hoping (for), watching (for)

What’s another word for not straightforward?

Disingenuous combines dis-, meaning “not,” with ingenuous (from the Latin gen-, meaning “born”) which was originally used to distinguish free-born Romans from slaves, and later came to mean honest or straightforward. So disingenuous means dishonest.

How do you replace Looking forward?

look forward to

  1. anticipate,
  2. await,
  3. expect,
  4. hope (for),
  5. watch (for)

What’s another way to say can’t wait?

What is another word for can’t wait?

looking forward to it I await with great anticipation
I’m counting down the days oooh can’t wait

What’s the opposite of being straightforward?

(of a person) Opposite of honest and frank in nature. roundabout. circuitous. dishonest. disingenuous.

What is disingenuous behavior?

adjective. lacking in frankness, candor, or sincerity; falsely or hypocritically ingenuous; insincere. Her excuse was rather disingenuous.

Can’t wait to see you soon synonyms?

»i miss you exp. »i hope i see you again soon exp. »i miss seeing your face exp. »i miss you so much it hurts exp.

How do you say can’t wait to see you formally?

i can’t wait to see you again > synonyms

»i can’t stop thinking about you exp. »i’m so unhappy without you exp. »i want you here with me now exp. »i’ve been thinking of you exp.

Can’t wait to see you idiom?

to be very excited about something and eager to do or experience it: I can’t wait to see you.

What word means not direct?

not straightforward; devious; deceitful: He is known as a shady, indirect fellow. not direct in bearing, application, force, etc.: indirect evidence.

Is straightforward positive or negative?

Straightforward is fairly neutral.

What do you call a person who acts nice but isn t?

insincere. not expressing or showing true feelings : not sincere. or. patronizing.

What is it called when someone acts like they don’t care?

Apathetic means uncaring. It’s an adjective form of apathy—the state of not caring. It can also mean the absence or suppression of emotion or passion.

How do you say I cant wait to see u?

How do you say you cant wait to see someone?

Well, this list of ‘I can’t wait to see you’ quotes knows no label!

  1. “I really miss you and just can’t wait to be in your arms again.”
  2. “I can’t wait to see you, babe.
  3. “I can’t wait to see you.
  4. “A day without a loved one is like a thousand years of bondage.”

How do you say no worries professionally in an email?

No Problem Synonyms

  1. You’re welcome (Formal)
  2. Sure thing (Informal)
  3. No worries (Informal)
  4. Cool (Informal)
  5. It’s all gravy (Informal)
  6. It’s all right (Informal)
  7. Certainly (Formal)
  8. Of course (Formal)

What’s another way of saying I can’t wait?

What can I say instead of can’t wait?

What are the 10 phrases?

10 Phrases You Should Start Saying More Often at Work

  • “That was my fault.”
  • “I can’t tell you how much [something performance-related] meant to all of us.”
  • “I loved the way you handled that.”
  • “Can I get your advice on this?”
  • “I’m happy to see you!”
  • “I trust your judgment.”
  • “What was the highlight of your day (or week)?”

What is the opposite of being straightforward?

What is the synonym of indirect?

obscure. out-of-the-way. periphrastic. rambling. secondary.

Is being straightforward rude?

Straightforward is the bridge to authenticity, self-compassion, and, although it might hurt people sometimes, you are not being rude but you are just being real to everyone around you. Being straightforward allows you to be realistic. It bolsters your courage and frees you to be who you are.

How do you call someone rude in a nice way?


  1. rude. adjective. not polite.
  2. impolite. adjective. not polite.
  3. insolent. adjective. rude, especially when you should be showing respect.
  4. churlish. adjective.
  5. impudent. adjective.
  6. impertinent. adjective.
  7. ill-mannered. adjective.
  8. discourteous. adjective.

What do you call someone who faked their personality?

Definition – impostor, charlatan.

What do you call a person who talks down to you?

condescend, lord (it over), patronize.

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